GYOR, Hungary – Audi AG’s Audi Hungaria Motor Kft. plant here is boosting production capacity for V-6 common-rail diesel engines. The auto maker will use space freed up over the last several years, as well as create new room for machining work. “We are investing slightly over E50 million ($78 million) in the described measures, which will be increasing capacity by over 50,000 engines a year,” says Johannes Roscheck, Audi Hungaria chief financial officer. “The first stage in the ...

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